Wiki + Collaboration
The old way to become known as an industry expert was to find a high perch and preach your information. In today’s community-based world, becoming a knowledge expert is more about group-think and your community becomes known as the place to go for information and industry trends. You want your organization to become known as a repository of industry/niche knowledge. A great way to accomplish this is by inviting the members of your community to contribute their own knowledge base through wiki pages and collaboration.
With YourMembership.com membership software you can create site-wide and group wiki pages; edit wiki-enabled pages and content; upload and embed rich media file types including audio, video and presentations, etc.; and add wiki pages to your community favorites. Your concerns about losing wiki content as members add to the page are allayed by the fact that you may at any time revert to previous versions of, and access notes on, all of the wiki-enabled content.
File libraries are also a great way to build your repository of content and knowledge. You can encourage members to collaborate on group or community files posted within collaborative file libraries and upload documents to a group or community file library.
Wiki + Collaboration features:
- Create site-wide and group wiki pages
- Edit wiki-enabled pages and content
- View previous versions of, and notes on, wiki-enabled content
- Upload and embed rich media file types including audio, video, presentations, etc.
- Collaborate on group or community files posted within collaborative file libraries
- Upload documents to a group or community file library
- Add wiki pages to your community favorites (bookmark)